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How can I map to an FTP server as a drive?
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A. Its possible to configure a machine to map to a FTP server as a drive (for instance the Microsoft site) providing the machine runs both NetBEUI and TCP/IP. Perform the following:

  1. Perform a NSLOOKUP for the FTP site, e.g.
     nslookup ftp.microsoft.com
     make a note of the IP address
  2. Edit the LMHOSTS file (in %systemroot%\system32\drivers\etc)
  3. Add line
     <ip address> MicrosoftFTP
     e.g. 207.46.133.140 MicrosoftFTP
  4. Save the file
  5. Open a CMD.EXE session. Enter command:
     nbtstat -R
     This purges and reloads the name table cache
  6. Type command:
     net view \\MicrosoftFTP
     You should see information on the site
  7. Now map a drive (to share data)
     net use * \\MicrosoftFTP\data /user:anonymous
  8. All done. It will pass a drive letter for the connection


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